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Best in its class

By JimboSpins, 25/09/2012
The OM7 comes with a carrying pouch and a clip, it is well built and has a good finish to it that will make it hard to scratch or scuff. The Audix OM7 is a great live microphone, it is very natural and warm sounding while keeping the external noise at bay. The OM7 was made to be more for a singer, but it can be used for a DJ as well. You can turn this baby up to the max and don’t have to worry about any feedback, which is crucial in a live setting where there are so many other things going on. I have owned this microphone for about two years now and it has been a gem to me. I have used it on tons of different occasions and in different settings and it sounds amazing with no feedback! This microphone has become the main microphone that I recommend to vocal list now and with groups that I DJ for now use the OM7. The Audix OM7 is by far the best vocal microphone for this price range that you will find.


You can not go wrong with the Audix OM7 vocal microphone. If you are in a live setting and want a microphone that you can crank up and keep feedback out of the picture then this one is for you. Or even if you are a strong voiced person and have a softer voice or make a different type of music. It will still bring your vocals through crystal clear and warm. I am very happy that I have purchased this microphone a while back and I will continue to use it as one of my main microphones. I will be purchasing another one of these in the near future.

A monster.

By Kierkes, 29/10/2011
The Audix OM7 is a dynamic microphone built by Audix designed for live vocal use. Audix has an endless list of features for this microphone. It is a hand held dynamic microphone with a hypercardioid patter, which means it has absolutely fantastic off axis rejection. The OM7 in particular, even for a hypercardioid has especially fantastic rejection. It can handle sound pressure levels of up to 144 dB's, and has a proprietary anti-feedback design. The microphone itself is cased inside a very durable and weighty body that tapers beautifully and is a joy to hold. The OM7 also has, like many of Audix's dynamic microphone, a very low mass diaphragm, in the interest of improving its transient response. It is also a quite low output microphone, so it is very good at dealing with live situations and instrument isolation. Granted, that is not something that is directly correlated, but the engineering in the diaphragm makes it so. The OM7 has a rather peculiar frequency response from 48 Hz to 19,000 Hz.


What is especially impressive about the Audix OM7 is how clean the vocal signal is. Many microphones try to taper their responses to certain areas of the frequency spectrum to accentuate certain parts of the voice. It is not that the Audix OM7 is a completely flat microphone, but it is certainly less muddied than other microphones in certain ranges. It also is not a dead microphone; it actually sounds very sweet, and the subtle enhancements in this microphone seem to come in areas that people cannot quantify, or do not quantify. This is something that always happens in microphones, but the OM7 is something that one just has to hear to understand. It is also something that must be used live to understand. A audio clip is not sufficient for this microphone's appeal.

Its dynamic static

By coolwaiss, 18/02/2011
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1 mois.Je have compared to: SM 58, BETA 58A, OM3, TG88, E865, E835, RODE NT1 (all microphones are in perfect working condition ) in passing through a MOTU MK1, MK1 and a ENVOICE SOLO 610.Sa sound color is close to the Neumann KMS 105, which is a static. He did not "projecting" the SM58, because it seems to compress the voice and return the stamps with neutrality (the highs are sweet and serious not accented). In previous opinions, it is often considered better than the SM58, as a singer, I prefer to style "intimate" or grades must be heard (in a noisy environment) not for the Blues or the sound "dirty", "thick" and "potato" of the SM58 seems to me more adapté.Par analogy would be the SM58 and OM7 GIBSON, TELECASTER.L a 'OM7 is more than SM58 microphone, but its "transparency" is remarkable.

Clarity and precision

By solo84, 16/02/2011
I pass, said ...


I have not much experience of the stage microphones to really compare, but:

- Much better than an SM58, obviously, and its kind of bump in the midrange cartoner
- I acquired a Beyer TGX 60 but if he had a warm and silky sound it made too deaf to my voice, difficult to break through the mix

The sound here is precise and can cut through the mix quite easily. Very good intelligibility. on the other hand it requires a good investment and does not tolerate too much change from this point of view! He collects fine mouths ...

Attention he needs a good preamp in the ass! I have an LA-610 (75db gain) and I shoot a lot! The 610 magnifies this kind of dynamics of a very nice way! I also have an SPL Gain Station with Lundahl transformer (93 db gain!) And there is quiet! If you have a Blue Tube will be too low for this microphone, in my opinion!

A default for me: the grip is not terrible! the body diameter is too small, and expanding the latter to the head is too progressive so it tends to slide if you have sweaty palms!
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Audix OM7 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Audix
  • Model:OM7
  • Category:Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 08/02/2006

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